One of my very favorite places to eat breakfast in Tucson. The carne asada breakfast burrito is Tucson's best. The biscuits, available on the weekend, are superb, and again the best in Tucson. I also like the bagel and lox plate. In terms of lunch/dinner, I enjoy the pasta alla vodka (pay the extra $ and get the sausage on top), as well as the fish tacos. Wait staff are nice and attentive, and it's a great place to have a conversation (meaning, you aren't impeded by too-loud music or bad acoustics as happens too much in Tucson).
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I agree with TW -- vote for the props. I don't find the props the best way to make funding decisions but there doesn't seem to be any other. Also, even if TPD and ATS are corrupt, Tucson Weekly correctly notes that traffic cameras save lives. To vote against the cameras on the basis of supposed corruption is throwing the baby out with the bath water. Babies are people too; don't throw them out. Keep the cameras and fix the corruption.
Truly bad news, this was our neighborhood coffeehouse. And a Tucson original to boot. The joint was jumping this morning, as usual on Saturday, and all were openly dismayed by the imminent closing. One customer in line got teary-eyed, no kidding. The staff are as bummed as we are. Go there tomorrow (Sunday) and give them and the place a great sendoff.
B-line Cafe is a gem. A great place to take out-of-town visitors or just go out to lunch with friends. I love the fish burrito and the pasta in vodka sauce, but everything is going to be good. Fresh ingredients, good spicing, ample amounts and nice presentation. You also have great choices in drinks. This place wins award after award, year after year, so as with other ratings from the public on TW, the ratings here seem off-base.
Except for mine. :)
I went there the week of the review and feel the reviewer was spot on. Had the quinoa super food bowl and wasn't impressed. They are aiming at 'refined' but not quite getting there. They also seem to be trying to cover too many themes on their menu. I hope they can turn things around because experience suggests their location is not very forgiving.
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